newdles

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  1. Hey nuhi, as I told you already, I just don't have the time available to test or else I'd be well more than willing. Good luck with it and all. Been away for a while as you already know and I will probably get the internet where I'm staying at temporarily until I come back home. Have fun though.
  2. Reinstall Daemon tools then uninstall if you'd like. It should rewrite the key to the registry.
  3. Lutinsjj, I'm not sure that's the most appropriate image to be attaching to the forums Gigabitfx - Wmp10 has been out for a bit over a week. It's a pretty nice media player I think. It sure does handle video files MUCH better in terms of playing them and advancing back and forth through the video.
  4. Corporate edition works this way - install it, it's activated. You don't have to do it online and because it doesn't require true activation. Corporate liscenses work in large volume liscensing. It's for businesses of course to distribute to many computers. Generally you have to buy a lot of liscenses for the Corporate version though.
  5. Are you running a legit version of Windows? Not saying anything against you but I see a lot of users that have problems mention they are using Xp Pro Corporate Edition. Home users have no use for the Corporate Edition and I believe that it takes large volume liscensing agreements to legally obtain a copy.
  6. Wow. Thanks. http://search.yahoo.com/search?fr=fp-pull-...3A%5Cwindows%22 http://search.yahoo.com/search?fr=fp-pull-...%5Cinstaller%22 /smartallic tone since I already knew that and tried it
  7. See where the tabs labelled Folder, File Size, File name, etc.. are? That's the part you need to right click on. It's in the picture on that page that you linked even.
  8. After testing it myself, it works just fine. Download the zipped dll file and then move it to c:\windows\system32 (good safe spot for ya to keep it). Then register it with this command: regsvr32 c:\windows\system32\DirSize.dll Then you just need to right click on the tabs bar and enable the folder size view.
  9. The larger files need compiled. All you need to do is download the dll (demo project) and register the dll and it should work.
  10. This "might" help to remedy the issue - http://www.pcworld.com/downloads/file_desc...C15304%2C00.asp
  11. Well, for about a year or so I've been wondering about \windows\installer directory and whether or not it's needed. Unfortunately, it's not possible to search for c:\windows\installer on the internet as search engines all fail when using even c:\ So... I'm wondering if I can remove these files. From what I can tell, all they are are the .msi files related to programs you've installed manually onto your computer but are not required in any way for use of that program. But this installer directory uses over 230 mb on my pc so I was just wondering if anyone else has ever tried removing these files and how things went afterwards. Thanks.
  12. YES! Lol That has to be one of my absolute most favorite features of Adobe Cs
  13. As Jeff Foxworthy once said (well many many times), you can't make fun of em unless ya are one. And I are one
  14. http://www.microsoft.com/windows/windowsme.../bonuspack.aspx Found the link finally from a friend. Good to know for future reference in case anyone ever needs this again (probably me )
  15. Yah, it was a really tiny tool. It was even available via Windows Update as an extra. I shoulda saved it I'll have to pm ya though